Lorik - Adopted!

We are pleased to introduce you to Lorik, a very friendly and gentle pup! Lorik is a very sweet soul, who is very happy-go-lucky and easygoing. He is very approachable and sociable, and he loves being in the company of other dogs and other people. Lorik is a big softie and loves being fussed over. He is about 9 months old, so is still a very curious and playful puppy! He is used to being walked on a lead but his adopter will need to continue his on-lead training to stop him pulling. He is used to different sights and smells, is very adaptable and is not at all bothered by big storms for example. Lorik is going to be a big and strong dog once fully grown, so it's important that his adopters are committed to furthering his obedience training. He is very food focussed, so this will certainly help with his training as he is very food motivated and will work for his food. Lorik is a fantastic dog, and is going to make his forever family very happy!

Lorik will have his own passport, will be microchipped and will be fully vaccinated and treated for fleas, ticks and worms.

Size: Lorik will be between 40-60kg in size once fully grown. We believe he may be a Rafeiro do Alentejo.

Date of Birth: 5/04/2021

Neutered: No. His adopters will need to get Lorik castrated once he is 18 months old and has grown to his full size.

Cat tested: Yes, he has been cat tested. Whilst he likes to give cats a kiss and a groom, he will also chase after them if the they run off. Please bear this in mind before applying if you have cats in the home.

History: Lorik was found abandoned in a deserted field in Portugal. There were other puppies rescued along with Lorik, but he appeared to be the only one of his age. When he was rescued he had scabs, ticks and fleas, but he is now in fantastic health and has made a full recovery.


LOCATION - we do not have a limit on distance, however preference will be given to homes that are closer to our base in Fleet, GU52.

FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN UNDER 10  - we will only adopt to families with children over the age of 10 as the dogs haver not been socialised with young children.

As we have so many applying, regrettably we are unable to respond to your application if you do not fulfil the above criteria.